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CSPAN
Nov 25, 2013 4:00pm EST
. every ability. don's wife is british. survived the blitz in two world wars. it survived the irish. let's not forget that. at the end of the day, we need prepared to understand that going forward, identifying the telltale signs of a proto- medicalization, whether it is being able to successfully dip oro every internet search look for the ultimate filter or filters. they have defined our actions for terrorism as being in pursuit of a risk-free society. we set yourself up to fail. i would argue we have done as a service to the population. freeill have this risk- future. i have no respect for richard snowden. it got me conversation. >> to all of that event and a time at c-span.org. historic trip to china, they noticed how mrs. nixon was looking at this. she was admiring that. they will make sure they have deep interest to go home with. just her being there would bring so much goodwill. they would follow this at the end of the week. >> 10 i live at 9:00 eastern on and c-spanc-span3 radio and c-span.org. statement to the british house of commons today, william hague outlined the iranian nuclea
CSPAN
Nov 4, 2013 12:00pm EST
well as don usha leyla and the head of the cleveland clinic and tax six message -- texas medical center live at 3:00 eastern on c-span three. this evening, a look at the economic impact of the two thousand eight financial crisis with former top economic advisers from the past three administrations. monitoringll will be -- moderating. >> at the beginning of the 2009 year a sense of missed opportunity. the fiscal stimulus was needed. i wonder if a different kind of stimulus with some of the changes that larry hinted at, dropping high-speed rail and energy might have gotten bipartisan support. they say no republicans will oppose anything they suggest but back in 2009 many people were really hoping this would be the guy bringing us together. i am not blaming one fault -- side or another. to me, the question is could a different set of choices rocked the world together? critical of some of the more classically democratic parts of the recovery program. but i was there. the senate minority leader said the basic purpose of his minority leadership was to make sure the senate was not reele
CSPAN
Nov 27, 2013 10:00am EST
phone's of suspected mafia don so we -- we cannot be critical of the chinese. just the keyuake question is being put on the sable is it a question of lawful intercept? -- question is whether that what are purported to be private enterprises are tools of a foreign government for the purposes of espionage. suggest whether huawei is or is not. back when we were worried about the threat from the japanese against -- when they bombed rockefeller center and everyone thought the world was coming to an end. of the great things i admire from one of my professors from columbia is that if we did not have the japanese, we should have invented them because they made a that are. it made us more competitive and the right reaction was not protectionism, it was learning to have a more competitive auto industry. let's consider china for a moment. we know that microsoft is incorporating with the chinese government and have provided various forms of help to the chinese security establishment into skype listen chats, the chinese government is good at intercepting keywords from social media's. govern
CSPAN
Nov 12, 2013 2:00am EST
her counsel in all things. >> dawn from colorado springs. hi, don. >> hi. very, very grateful for your show. "the kennedys" were very inspiring to me. but my question is how important was jacklin's catholic faith to her. >> both kennedys were catholics? how important was it? >> i think she would -- barbara will -- i'll just begin on this. she certainly considered herself catholic throughout her life. she had trouble when she remarried a divorced man outside of the faith, but although was supported in doing that to some extent by the family cardinal. i think one of the toughest things infind, in understanding public figures, two things, do you ever get to the real truth of someone's marriage if they're married? number two, do you get to the well -- to the bottom of what their religion feeling was? sometimes presidents and first ladies exaggerate that. sometimes there's more than that on the surface. >> michael pointed out through the oral history that she was having her doubts about her faith in those months at the -- >> she said i believe at this moment that god is an unjust god.
CSPAN
Nov 5, 2013 8:00pm EST
comments christopher anthony says -- don says -- jimmy says -- those are some of the comments on the face but age. again, #c-spanchat. independent mine from florida. what are your thoughts tonight, matt? this is something other than what i just saw. i got out of the court house today and i was really confused on why they took god out of the constitution. to brandon next in whittier, california, hometown of richard nixon. echor: i wanted to briefly something i heard in her speech just now. where was the democratic hurry here? democratic hardy here? is that christie was too popular. if you had actually done some campaigning for her, maybe he would not be so popular. if you look at his position on abortion and the paul ryan budget, who was standing up for progressive values in this country right now? collects on georgia, live for republicans. what do you think? it's no surprise. i anticipate the democrats to win by a pretty decent margin in onginia and it's no surprise chris christie polling close to 60%. that's a pretty strong showing and it gives him a base. is problem that he will have th
CSPAN
Nov 5, 2013 6:00pm EST
. host: here is don from new jersey, independent line. caller: i have always felt that the democrats and the republicans were like major league baseball. the american league and national league. the corporate money works with the two parties to make it inevitable that one of those two has to win. the only way to get a third- party competitive is to take the corporate money out of the political process. i think the best way to do that is to get citizens together to say we are not going to vote for candidates unless they run their campaigns only with contributions from individuals in the amount of $200 or less. people do not want to do that. i propose a website, vouchervendetta.org, where people can sign up. it will not matter how much money corporations contribute when that money cannot buy enough votes to win an election. guest: i think you are onto something. there is no doubt that corporate money underlays the two major parties. it used to be that the indictment of the two major parties was that it was tweedledee, tweedledum, there is not different between the two. now, in terms of
CSPAN
Nov 10, 2013 4:30pm EST
identify yourself your name and your organization. >> don murray, bessemer trust. what does bank of america stand for its employees and clients -- what do you stand for as an organization today? >> the purpose that we have is to help our customers and clients live their financial lives through the power of every connection. first, it is their lives. our job is to serve and help people with their lives. whether that is the individual consumer trying to live their lives and we are providing transactional accounts or we're helping them do and acquisition for an investor client, it is to help our clients and customers live their financial lives. the second part is critical. we have been in business 230 years if you go back to the oldest part of our company. for the first time in history, you have the capability to cross the four or five core products customers need in the company. taking merrill lynch wealth management and combining it with u.s. trust, we had the trust capabilities in every market that we can help serve affluent, wealthy clients at a level that never existed. take the investmen
CSPAN
Nov 5, 2013 7:00am EST
entire life has been devoted to the purpose of democratizing our election system. host: here is don from new jersey, independent line. have always felt that the democrats and the republicans were like major league baseball. the american league and national league. works withte money the two parties to make it inevitable that one of those two has to win. to get a third- party competitive is to take the corporate money out of the political process. i think the best way to do that is to get citizens together to say we are not going to vote for candidates and lest they run their campaigns only with contributions from individuals in the amount of $200 or less. people do not want to do that, they do not know other people are doing that. i propose a website, vouchervend etta.org, where people can sign up. it will not matter how much money corporations contribute when that money cannot buy enough votes to win an election. you are ontok something. there is no doubt that corporate money underlays the two major parties. it used to be that the indictment of the two major parties was that it was
CSPAN
Nov 10, 2013 7:00am EST
people in the u.s.. that let me jump in on point. who is inget in don taylor, michigan. , gretchen.nk you to an extent, being spied on ourselves -- that is what our constitution is about. if we had nothing to hide -- that is ridiculous. what about our senators and congressmen who are being listened to? that can mess with our campaign. it's way overboard. our founding fathers were totally against it. callers havef the merits to what they're saying. ian is right that some of this has to go on, and will continue to go on. it's a sad fact of life, as the previous caller was saying it. sometimes you walk down the street in washington or new york and you bump into a security officer who is wearing a black jacket and carrying a machine gun. we wish that were not the case, but after 9/11, those sorts of things are more normal than they used to be. maybe we will get to a world where we don't have to have that kind of domestic security, or we don't need to occasionally tap into the phones of americans and foreigners. unfortunately, that's where we are right now. the key is, as we
CSPAN
Nov 12, 2013 2:30pm EST
the rights of the individuals who choose to operate as independent contractors. like don wolf, a 70-year-old retiree in rochester, new york, who has been an i.c. since 1995. as don says, i get to set my own schedule, work when i want, and meet the needs of my individual needs and the energy levels that allow me to work. or kathy woods, a 52-year-old mother from scranton, pennsylvania, who has been an i.c. for us a little over a year. as kathy says, i have finally found a way to contribute to my family's financial well-being while at the same time not having to give up the ability to participate in my family's activities. in closing i would like to ask, as you consider legislation, you look at the full picture. include considerations for those who choose to be independent contractors. tens of thousands of people every day choose to operate as an independent contractor in pursuit of the american dream. the right to do so must also be protected. chairman kasey, ranking member isaacson, i thank you for your time and consideration. >> thank you, mr. mackrell. we're going to go in a diffe
CSPAN
Nov 14, 2013 4:00pm EST
and is on dialysis and will soon not have his doctors. don from loveland said if the affordable care act is allowed to stand my family will have to come up with an extra $6,604 next year. we can't afford that from what i'm seeing, stress and anxiety with becoming an increasingly common dige know -- diagnosis. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from indiana rise? without objection. >> thank you mr. speaker. once again today the president said to the american people, if you like your health care plan, you can keep it. at least for one more year, if you're lucky. the problem is, saying something many times does not magically make it come true. right now only 701 people in the state of indiana have been able to sign up for insurance through the affordable care act exchanges. mr. messer: according to the indiana department of insurance, more than 108,000 hoosiers will receive or have received cancellation letters. one of those people is michael sturgis of greensburg. he called my office after receiving a cancellation letter from his insurance c
CSPAN
Nov 14, 2013 9:00pm EST
. don is a marine corps veteran and a former coal miner. he and karen run a ministry that helps people in developing countries. rough rough done recently -- don -- mr. rothfus: don recently let me know that he will lose his plan. he said he specifically bought a plan that met his needs. i liked my plan very much and it was something i could afford. when don and karen were able to get onto the website, the plan he was offered had a deductible of more than $6,000. in don's words, this is, quote, ridiculous, and unaffordable. unfortunately their story is not unique. we need help -- health care reform that works for don and karen and the rest of the american people. the empowering patients first act and the american health care reform act provide a good place to start and a better way on health care reform. i thank the speaker and i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentleman from oklahoma rise? without objection. >> oklahoma, i rise today to say enough is enough. enough of the rhetoric, enough of the di
CSPAN
Nov 15, 2013 5:00am EST
- working western pennsylvanians, like don and karen. don is a marine corps veteran and a former coal miner. -- run as wife one ministry that helps people in developing countries. he will lose his plan. he said, i specifically bought a health plan that met my needs. i like my plan very much and it was something i could afford. when don and karen were able to get onto the website, the plan he was offered had a deductible of more than $6,000. in don's words this is ridiculous and unaffordable. unfortunately, their story is not unique. care plan thath works for don and karen and the american people. i think the speaker and i yield back. >> the gentleman from oklahoma. >> i rise today to say enough is enough. enough of the rhetoric, enough of the dishonesty. policies have been broken, we take -- face critical situations that need to be made right. countless of americans in oklahoma are going to the mailboxes to learn that their health insurance is being canceled. individuals can actually keep the plan they like with the keep your health plan act. we can clean up the damage done by this ad
CSPAN
Nov 26, 2013 10:00am EST
international institute. and in fact, the latest publication with professor don wallace and our colleagues is on selectedd terrorism -- perpetrators. the next one will be developed llah, and, on hezbo the next one is on iran, which i guess many people are concerned about. a veryay, we do have distinguished panel to discuss what might indicated -- mike indicated, one of the most insidious challenges, and we are aally delighted to have variety of perspectives. at this pointce .embers of the panel former deputy general counsel, national security, of the fbi, currently distinguished fellow at the center for national security law, university of virginia school of law. the other partner we collaborate with. at theofessor amit kumar school of foreign service at georgetown university. olson, thele president of the olson group. and professor don wallace. say a few words later on in terms of introduction before they speak. usually what we tried to do is to keep always in mind that terrorism is only one of the many challenges in terms of man- made and natural disasters. therefore, we alway
CSPAN
Nov 14, 2013 12:00pm EST
hardworking pennsylvanians like these two. don is a marine corps veteran and a former coal miner. he and karen run a ministry that helps people in developing countries. rough rough done recently -- don -- mr. rothfus: don recently let me know that he will lose his plan. he said he specifically bought a plan that met his needs. i liked my plan very much and it was something i could afford. when don and karen were able to get onto the website, the plan he was offered had a deductible of more than $6,000. in don's words, this is, quote, ridiculous, and unaffordable. unfortunately their story is not unique. we need help -- health care reform that works for don and karen and the rest of the american people. the empowering patients first act and the american health care reform act provide a good place to start and a better way on health care reform. i thank the speaker and i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentleman from oklahoma rise? without objection. >> oklahoma, i rise today to say enough is enough. enough o
CSPAN
Nov 25, 2013 6:00am EST
father are responsible for all of this? >> you are ok. >> damn it, don, i know you are having an affair. >> what do women want, who cares? >> nostalgia, it is ok but potent. >> look forward. >> we are starting a new agency. >> what is this program about and when did it start? >> it started about six years ago. it takes place over a six-year period and it takes place in new york city on madison avenue and it takes place in what some consider to be the golden age. it is really a character study. >> 1960's. >> yeah. it is a social study but more of a character study than brilliantly by matt weiner who created it and created all the characters. it has struck a responsive chord. >> you watch it? >> yeah, i watch it. >> what impact has this had on your company? >> yeah. it has been a great help to our company. we operated in something that we called it the american movie classics before it was called amc and we made the determination to go into original programing. and we had done a couple of shows before that, but "mad men" represented the new era amc. so it sent us on our way to the chapter
CSPAN
Nov 26, 2013 6:00am EST
do. yet, it dominates every conversation we have had in the last decade for good reason. don's wife is british. and her people survived the blitz. they survived two world wars and they soldier on. they survived the irish. at the end of the day, as a nation we need to be prepared that to go forward when the to effectively identify the .elltale signs if it means getting into every internet search or being able to look for the ultimate filter of filters going through the metadata, things are going to happen. there is a degree to which the nsa and the fbi and our media and our politicians and others have defined our response to pursuit of abeing risk-free society. upst of all, we set or set -- ourselves up to fail. a disservice to the population by suggesting to them that somehow we can have this risk free society or future and not pay prices. not having that discussion of what those prices are, i have no respect for richard snowden but i will say he has gotten the conversation on the table. my name is steve duncan. i'm going to follow up what mike said. in 1936 when germany was buildin
CSPAN
Nov 2, 2013 7:00am EDT
topic for our first 45 minutes. here is donna from nevada. -- here is don from nevada. caller: thank you for taking my call. it is a bit much when a person with an automatic rifle can walk through the door anywhere in the airport. courthouses, in order to get through the front door you have to go through a metal -- metal detector. i think it would be a good idea if they did that before you enter the airport, right at the doors, put in medical that put in metal detectors with armed security guards. they can detect an automatic rifle at the door before it happens. to let them go into the airport is a bit much, especially with an automatic weapon. or even a terrorist. that is all i have in my comment. oft: have you flown out where you lived many times or even a cable of times -- a couple of times? out of justve flown about every major airport in the country. [indiscernible] think airport designs with -- is it to open how people gain access to an airport? toyou think airports are open as far as how people get in? would: yes, i think that deter the sickos that carry automatic weapo
CSPAN
Nov 24, 2013 9:00pm EST
every veteran who ever donned the mission america's should always be to keep the peace, not police the world. america that does not seek to become involved in every conflict around the world would do things that can make us safer at home and abroad. we could modernize and strengthen our military. in a few weeks, i will be announcing a task force to do just that. to bring together great minds from our national defense and modernize our military so we have the most modern capable the lee terry. -- military. i like the military. i want to cut out waste and fraud and make the military stronger and direct resources where they need to go. you have to have the strength to look at military spending and say, nobody gets a blank check. with the savings from modernization, we will do something that we are failing at right now. we will take better care of our nation's greatest resource, our service members. we will train them better, equipped them better, and fix a broken the a system -- v.a. system. i was profoundly impacted by the young men and women close in age to my own kids receiving car
CSPAN
Nov 17, 2013 12:00pm EST
counsel in all things. >> dawn from colorado springs. hi, don. >> hi. very, very grateful for your show. "the kennedys" were very inspiring to me. but my question is how important was jacklin's catholic faith to her. >> both kennedys were catholics? how important was it? >> i think she would -- barbara will -- i'll just begin on this. she certainly considered herself catholic throughout her life. she had trouble when she remarried a divorced man outside of the faith, but although was supported in doing that to some extent by the family cardinal. i think one of the toughest things infind, in understanding public figures, two things, do you ever get to the real truth of someone's marriage if they're married? number two, do you get to the well -- to the bottom of what their religion feeling was? sometimes presidents and first ladies exaggerate that. sometimes there's more than that on the surface. >> michael pointed out through the oral history that she was having her doubts about her faith in those months at the -- >> she said i believe at this moment that god is an unjust god. >> ex
CSPAN
Nov 28, 2013 7:00pm EST
things. >> dawn from colorado springs. hi, don. >> hi. very, very grateful for your show. the kennedys were very inspiring to me. but my question is how important was mrs. kennedy's catholic faith to her? >> both kennedys were catholics? how important was it? >> i think she would -- barbara will -- i'll just begin on this. she certainly considered herself catholic throughout her life. she had trouble when she remarried a divorced man outside of the faith, but although was supported in doing that to some extent by the family cardinal. i think one of the toughest things i find, in understanding public figures, two things, do you ever get to the real truth of someone's marriage if they're married? number two, do you get to the well -- to the bottom of what their religion feeling was? sometimes presidents and first ladies exaggerate that. sometimes there's more than that on the surface. >> michael pointed out through the oral history that she was having her doubts about her faith in those months at the -- >> she said i believe at this moment that god is an unjust god. >> exactly.
CSPAN
Nov 26, 2013 2:00pm EST
stamp recipients work full-time from don ritchie. from jan, with snap, medicaid, section eight, school lunch, heating assistance, how much would one need to learn for the same benefit? a response for either of those. guest: the average family is getting probably about $20,000 to 25,000 -- we have thousand dollars a year. 83% of people working full-time is not accurate, but if you are working full-time, the working requirement does not apply to you. we think in the long-term individuals would be benefited by a nudge it would move them more into the labor force and that would be best for the taxpayers as well. guest: we have not talked very much about wages. you could work full-time and your making them wage, you are making $15,000 a year. i would ask people to think about trying to support a family on 15 -- on $15,000 a year. these programs, including food stamps, help to bump that up, and in an important way, and the debt is just that if we did not have these programs at all, we would have 37 -- 30% of the population that are poor instead of about 15%. the first safety net that i descr
CSPAN
Nov 8, 2013 7:00am EST
bit from the "national journal" this morning. don in los angeles. what you think, should the risk is change her name? caller: i definitely think they should change their name. years ago, the stanford cardinals were known as the stanford indians, but they changed their name. not only do you think they should change the name, but so should the cleveland indians in the florida state seminoles, for that matter. i'm african american and i do have some indian heritage as well. times are changing. but of the skins think about becoming the washington senators. ? why not pick that up as a new nickname. the senate would be honored, i'm sure. over all the other reasons that of our to been mentioned --host: in chicago the chicago blackhawks. in atlanta you have the braves. have the cleveland indians with chief warrant lesser mascot. to those need to be changed to? caller: they definitely need to be looked at. i'm not much of a hockey fan so i overlooked the chicago blackhawks, but they should be looked at. probably the reasons that we are party discussed, i'm sure that as the discussion goes on
CSPAN
Nov 5, 2013 10:00pm EST
. speaker oliver. regina thomas. ajority leader wineberg. joe, john mckee and brendan gill, don curry, nellie poe, bob ith, mila, pat reck, peg chafer, wyatt erp. but the one regret i have is that jason o'donnell, who was my choice for the state party chair, suffered as collateral damage from treachery within the democrat exparty. we know that the political bosses could not suffer his presence as a leader of the party because they could not control him, a trait we both share. at the time, the party seemed about to implode and so even though we had the votes to elect jason as state party chair of the democratic party, i decided that in winning the battle, we would have lost the war as i believe the party was cannibalizing itself. so i took one for the team. the only problem -- i realized too late there was no team. to my husband, my husband martin, one of a kind. i often say that -- [applause] i often say that if he ran against me for anything, he would beat me. i thank you for your support and your love and your encouragement. to my children, i know ariella is here mitigating circumst
CSPAN
Nov 25, 2013 10:00am EST
agreement both in iran and elsewhere who do not want this to the don to more permit agreement. and remembering the frustration doore time, opening the for greater understanding. can i urge all concerned to do everything possible to not let this opportunity to rift out of our reach? >> yes, absolutely. i am conscious of the importance of that. that is one of the recent it has been important to respond quickly to irans readiness to make such an agreement. it is possible for people in iran to see. there are compromises that can be made and it is in the interest of everybody to do so. i think showing that quickly gives the opportunity to those in iran who want to be able to carry that on for the future. >> mr. ben wallace. >> can i congratulate my friend for all the work and the other nations they have done to get into agreement. inspection and verification will be the best way to put aside those who oppose this deal. when the president was part of the team in the past, he was instrumental in getting iran to sign up for the protocol of the nuclear proliferation treaty. is that somethin
CSPAN
Nov 19, 2013 6:00pm EST
there's don and karen in johnstown, former marine, former coal miner they run a ministry that serves people in the third world. they're losing their plan. here's what he had to say. i specifically bought a plan that met my needs. i like my plan very much and it was something i could afford. the replacement plan is going to come with a deductible of more than $6,000. all.for fairness for thank you. >> mr. speaker, republicans on sunday talk shows and news conferences have been touting the idea of allowing insurance companies to go across state lines. do you know how that is going to bring down the cost that significantly if insurance companies were allowed to sell policies -- >> what happened is, you'd have far more competition in terms of policies available to the american people. some states you only have one or two companies that offer plans. and if you had companies able to sell in all 50 states and you were -- you could advertise in all 50 states to all americans, you'd have much more competition bringing the rates down and providing afordable coverage for the american people. >>
CSPAN
Nov 26, 2013 7:00am EST
and isabel sawhill. a couple of your tweets -- 83% of food stamp recipients work full-time from don ritchie. medicaid,with snap, section eight, school lunch, heating assistance, how much would one need to learn for the same benefit? a response for either of those. guest: the average family is getting probably about $20,000 25,000 -- we have thousand dollars a year. people working full-time is not accurate, but if you are the working-time, requirement does not apply to you. in the long-term individuals would be benefited by a nudge it would move them more into the labor force and that would be best for the taxpayers as well. guest: we have not talked very much about wages. you could work full-time and your making them wage, you are making $15,000 a year. people to think about trying to support a family on 15 -- on $15,000 a year. these programs, including food up,ps, help to bump that and in an important way, and the debt is just that if we did not have these programs at all, we thed have 37 -- 30% of population that are poor instead of about 15%. the first safety net that i describe
CSPAN
Nov 7, 2013 7:00am EST
this primary contests. we are talking about your energy habits, have they changed? don, pennsylvania, independent caller. caller: how are you? my wife and i, we have changed we have reduced our air- conditioning costs and turn our thermostat down in the winter we are not home. we try to do that. we just replaced the refrigerator. there is a program where you get to send your old refrigerator back, you get $50. it is a nice rebate. when it comes to your total energy cost, i would love to have solar, wind, all the safe renewable energies. in pennsylvania, we have the , we arel, fracking putting so much money into shale, we are not getting anything back. we are polluting our water, sticking millions of gallons of clean water into the ground. millions of water -- gallons of filthy water, contaminated water, it is costing money to clean up or get rid of that water. -- to go use any money into research for clean energy. we are going to kill our planet. the number one thing we have is clean water. we are not looking, spending any -- enoughresearch research money into clean energy sources. i
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